Vincent Raynauld

Assistant Professor

In addition to his appointment at Emerson College, Dr. Vincent Raynauld is Affiliate Professor in the Département de lettres et communication sociale at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Canada). He is also serving as Research Associate in the Groupe de recherche en communication politique (GRCP), as Member of the Réseau démocratie électronique based at Université Paris-Est Créteil (France), as Member of the North American Digital Diplomacy Initiative (NACDI) based at Queen's University (Canada), and as Academic Adviser for the non-profit research organization Samara (Canada). His areas of research interest and publication include political communication and campaigning, protest politics, social media, research methods, political marketing, e-politics, and journalism. He earned his doctorate in Communication at Carleton University under the supervision of Dr. André Turcotte in October 2013.

A native of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), Dr. Raynauld speaks and writes fluently in French and English.

About

  • Communication Studies
    Since 2014
  • Mondays, 3:45 pm–5:45 pm
    Wednesdays, 3:45 pm–5:45 pm

Education

B.S., Université de Montréal
M.A., Université Laval
Ph.D., Carleton University

Publications

Richez, E., V. Raynauld and S. Wojcik (Eds.) (forthcoming), “Les groupes minoritaires et/ou marginalisés à l’ère numérique : Pratiques de mobilisation, changement sociopolitiques et transformations identitaires.”

2020
In Terminal. Technologie de l’information, culture & société.

Raynauld, V. E. Richez, and S. Wojcik (forthcoming), “Introduction : Les groupes minoritaires et/ou marginalisés à l’ère numérique : Pratiques de mobilisation, changements sociopolitiques et transformations identitaires.”

2020
In Terminal. Technologie de l’information, culture & société.

Richez, E., V. Raynauld, A. Medina and A. Kartolo (forthcoming), “Unpacking the Political Effects of Social Movements with a Strong Digital Component: The Case of #IdleNoMore.” Social Media + Society.

2020

Lees-Marshment, J. and V. Raynauld (forthcoming), “Overview of Digital Political Communication and Marketing.”

2020
In Loge, P., Political Communication Ethics: Theory and Practice. Rowan and Littlefield.

Lalancette M. and V. Raynauld (forthcoming), “Under-the-Hood Look at Social Media-Fueled Protest: Defining Interactions Between News Media Organizations, Activists, and Citizens on Twitter during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike”, Communication and Culture.

2020

Lalancette, M. and V. Raynauld (2020), “Online Mobilization: Tweeting Truth to Power in An Era of Revised Patterns of Mobilization 2.0 in Canada.”

2020
In Small, T. and H. Jansen (Eds.). Digital Politics in Canada: Promises & Realities. University of Toronto Press.

Lalancette M. and V. Raynauld (2019), “The Power of Political Image: Justin Trudeau, Instagram, and Celebrity Politics”, American Behavioral Scientist, 63(7), 889-924.

2019

Richez, E. and V. Raynauld (2019), “Dynamics of Digital Constituent Outreach and Engagement in Linguistically Diverse Societies: A Quantitative Look at Canadian Provinces”, International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 15(3), 261-281.

2019

Lalancette, M. and V. Raynauld (2019), “Stars, argent et approbation : appuis politiques des célébrités au Canada et aux États-Unis: enjeux de communication politique.”

2019

In Hourmant, F., M. Lalancette and P. Leroux. Selfies and Stars: Célébrité et politique en Amérique et en France. Presses de l’Université de Rennes.

Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.) (2019), “What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Square.” UBC Press.

2019

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette and E. Crandall (2019), “Introduction: Identifying and Studying #Trends in Canadian Politics: The Need to Stay Aware and Ahead of the Curve.”

2019

In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Square. UBC Press.

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette and S. Tourigny-Koné (2019), “Rethinking Digital Activism as it Unfolds: Ambient Political Engagement on Twitter during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike.”

2019

In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Square. UBC Press.

Lalancette, M., E. Crandall and V. Raynauld (2019), “Conclusion: Unpacking Trending Practices in Canadian Politics: The Old, the New, and the Transformative.”

2019
In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. UBC Press.

Lewis, J. P., M. Lalancette and V. Raynauld (2019) “Cabinet Solidarity in an Age of Social Media: A Case Study of Twitter Use by Member of Parliament Carolyn Bennett.”

2019

In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Square. UBC Press.

Raynauld, V. and J. Lees-Marshment (2019), “Static Political Marketing.”

2019
In Lees-Marshment, J., B. Conley, E. Elder, R. Pettitt, V. Raynauld and A. Turcotte, Political Marketing: Principles and Applications (3rd edition). Routledge.

Lalancette, M. and V. Raynauld (2018), “Digital Politics Taking A Visual Turn in Canada: Instagram, Justin Trudeau, and Political Image-Making”, Policy Options Politiques

2018

Raynauld, V. and A. Turcotte (2018), "'Different Strokes for Different Folks': Revisiting Fragmentation Politics in the Age of Donald Trump."

2018
In Gillies, J. (Ed.). Political Marketing in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. Palgrave Macmillan.

Raynauld, V., E. Richez and K. Boudreau Morris (2018), "Canada is #IdleNoMore: Exploring Dynamics of Indigenous Political and Civil Protest in the Twitterverse", Information, Communication and Society, 21(4), 626-642.

2018

McKelvey, F., M. Côté, and V. Raynauld (2018), “Scandals and Screenshots: Social Media Elites in Canadian Politics.”

2018
In Marland, A., T. Giasson and A. Lawlor. Political Elites in Canada Power and Influence in Instantaneous Times, UBC Press

Raynauld, V. (2018), “À vos marques, prêts, partez ! Les défis et opportunités du marché de l’emploi universitaire contemporain”, Politique et Sociétés, 37(3), 149-161.

2018

Lalancette, M. and V. Raynauld (2017), “Médias sociaux et célébrité politique : Le renouveau des pratiques”, France Forum.

2017

Raynauld, V. (2016), “Quelques clés des succès électoraux de Donald Trump.” Policy Options Politiques

2016

Washburn, R. and V. Raynauld (2016),"Journalism on the Ground in Southern Ontario."

2016

In Gasher, M., C. Brin, C. Crowther, G. King, E. Salamon and S. Thibault (eds.). Deliberation, Diversity and Dollars: Public Strategies for Journalism in the Canadian Media Ecology, University of Toronto Press.

Raynauld, V. (2016), “Débâts télévisés des chefs durant les campagnes electorales au Canada : Une formule à réviser.” Policy Options Politiques.

2016

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette and S. Tourigny-Kone (2016), “Political Protest 2.0: Social Media and the 2012 Student Strike in the Province of Quebec, Canada”, French Politics, 14(1), 1–29.

2016

Raynauld, V. (2015), “The Blog Is Dead, Long Live the (Micro)Blog! Unpacking Dynamics in Political Blogging during #elxn42” in Marland, A. and T. Giasson, Canadian Election Analysis: Communication, Strategy, and Democracy, UBC Press.

2015

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette and S. Tourigny-Koné (2015), “Taking Protest to the Twitterverse: Making Sense of New Forms of Political Action on Social Media.” The Center for E-Democracy

2015

Raynauld, V. and E. Richez (2015), “Obligation, Service, and/or Opportunity? Canadian MPs’ Choice of Language in Digital Constituent Outreach.” Political Marketing Politique (6)1.

2015

Raynauld, V. and J. Greenberg (2014), “Tweet, Click, Vote: Twitter and the 2010 Ottawa Municipal Election”, Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11(4): 412-434.

2014

Turcotte, A. and V. Raynauld (2014), “Boutique Populism: The Emergence of the Tea Party Movement in the Age of Digital Politics.”

2014
In Lees-Marshment, J., B. Conley and K. Cosgrove, Political Marketing in the U.S., Routledge.

Giasson, T., C. Darisse and V. Raynauld (2013), “Politique PQ 2.0 : Qui Sont les Blogueurs Politiques Québécois?”, Politique et Sociétés 32(3): 3-28.

2013

Giasson, T., V. Raynauld and C. Darisse (2011), “Hypercitizens from a Distinct Society: Characterizing Quebec’s Political Bloggers' Online and Offline Political Involvement”, International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies 1(2)

2011

Raynauld, V., T. Giasson and C. Darisse (2011), “Constitution of Representative and Reliable Web-Based Research Samples: Identifying the Opportunities and Challenges of Studying Citizen-Driven Political Blogs”, Graduate Journal of Social Science 8(3):

2011

Awards & Honors

Scholarly Publications Program (ASPP) of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada ($8,000)

2018

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development grant with Dr. Emmanuelle Richez ($62,646)

2015

University of Windsor HSSRG research grant with Dr. Emmanuelle Richez ($5,000)

2015

FAHSS SRF Project Development Award with Dr. Emmanuelle Richez ($5,000)

2015

Emerson College Research Grant ($2,000)

2014

Carleton University Senate medal

2014

David and Rachel Epstein scholarship for outstanding graduate students at Carleton University

2007

Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada graduate doctoral fellowship

2007

Carleton University scholarship for academic excellence

2006

Carleton University departmental scholarship

2006